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Helpful information

  • Las Vegas is located in the USA
  • IATA code: LAS
  • Continent: North America
  • Currency: U.S. dollar (USD) (Course: 10 USD = 8.03 GBP)
  • Current time: 11:59 (GMT-7)
  • Current date: 2019.10.15

Billed as the 'Entertainment Capital of the World', Las Vegas feels like one giant theme park. Book flights to Las Vegas from the UK with Airinme.com. 

Whether you're planning to spend your days and nights racking up chips at the poker table or you want to explore the natural desert scenery that surrounds the city, holidays in Las Vegas have it all. Spend your winnings at glamorous themed shopping malls or get tickets for a celebrated Vegas show. Book holidays in Las Vegas with Airinme.com today for fun you'll never forget. 

Things to do in Las Vegas 

  1. Explore the world famous Las Vegas Strip. This oasis in the dessert gleams at night with the bright lights of its hotels and casinos, including world-famous names like Caesar's Palace and the Bellagio.
  2. Most people associate Las Vegas to do just one thing: gambling. You can try your luck at almost anything, from slot machines and roulette wheels to blackjack and poker.
  3. Casinos may be the city's bread and butter but it does a mean line in live shows too. You could stay in the city for a year and never see the same show twice. Look out for regular stints by big name musicians, comedians and magicians. And for a classic taste of Vegas, make sure you catch a Cirque du Soleil show.
  4. Travelling with the love of your life? Abandon your plans for a fancy country wedding and get married in Vegas. There are chapels all over the Strip and you can choose any style of ceremony you want; stay quiet and simple or go all out with an Elvis impersonator.
  5. When you can tear yourself away from the roulette wheels, be sure to check out one of Vegas' brilliantly quirky museums. The Mob Museum looks at the history of organised crime, while the Neon Museum is where the huge, luminescent signs that light up the city go when they are no longer needed.
  6. You'll find some great exhibits in Las Vegas' many plush hotels too. Crowds flock to the fascinating exhibition of Titanic artefacts in the Luxor every year and the aquarium at the Mirage is a must-see for sealife fans. And don't leave town without taking a classic gondola ride at The Venetian.
  7. Need to get away from the bright lights? Drive an hour out of town to see the Hoover Dam, one of the USA's greatest landmarks.
  8. For hiking a stone's throw from Las Vegas, head to Red Rock Canyon. There's some great climbing routes here, but you can take a picturesque drive through the area as well.
  9. When you've been partying a little too hard, there's no better way to unwind in Las Vegas than with a round of golf. If that doesn't appeal, plan an indulgent spa day instead.
  10. Take one last look at Vegas' neon lights before you leave town – but this time, do it from the sky. Book a helicopter tour after dark to soar far above the shining Strip.

Shopping in Las Vegas

From gliding down the canals of The Venetian to picking up an outlet mall bargain, shopping in Las Vegas is an experience like no other. 

Shopping malls

For a taste of classical Europe in Vegas, don't miss the Greco-Roman style Forum Shops at Caesar's Palace, or the romantic surroundings of the Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian. Town Square, modelled after a Mediterranean town, is great a spot of outdoor shopping too, while Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood look fantastic when the sun goes down. 

Las Vegas outlet malls

Looking for designer brands for less? Head to Las Vegas Premium Outlets North to browse deals on designer brands in an attractive outdoor outlet mall. If you'd rather escape the unforgiving heat, Las Vegas Premium Outlets South has more bargains indoors. 

Eating in Las Vegas

Life in Las Vegas is all about having a good time – and that includes great food and drink. Whether you're in your hotel or wandering around town, there's plenty of first-rate restaurants to choose from. 

Food in Las Vegas

This city does a mean trade in everything from classic American steakhouses to sophisticated sushi bars. Expect cuts of meat the size of your face, huge mounds of shrimp and lobster, as well as fantastic desserts. 

Las Vegas Restaurants

Hotel buffets, including The Bellagio Buffet and Spice Market at Planet Hollywood, are a great introduction to the kind of food you can expect in Las Vegas. For fusion flavours, visit SushiSamba at the Palazzo or gamble with your life at the Heart Attack Grill, a burger joint that's made headlines for its enormous 'double bypass burger'. 

Insider's Tips 

Call 911 for emergency assistance in Las Vegas. Non-emergency calls to police can be made on 311. 

British citizens don't need a visa for holidays in the US of up to 90 days, although travellers must submit their details online through ESTA at least 72 hours before travelling. 

Las Vegas is blessed with year-round sunshine. Winters can be cool, but summer temperatures often climb to an uncomfortable 40 degrees Celsius. 

Remember, under 21s in Las Vegas aren't allowed to consume alcohol or loiter in casinos. Moreover, children under 18 years old aren't allowed on the Strip after 21.00 without adult supervision. 

Getting from Las Vegas Airport 

Car hire

Rental cars at Las Vegas Airport can be picked up at the McCarran Rent-a-Car Centre, three miles from the airport. Alternatively, you can take the dedicate blue-and-white shuttle buses from Terminals 1 and 3 to the centre. 

Taxis, shuttles and Limos

Taxicabs and group shuttles are available at both terminals. As a glamorous alternative, you can rent a limousine to take you to the Strip in style. 

Public buses

Take Route 108, 109 or the Westcliff Airport Express from Terminal 1 to get from the airport to Las Vegas by bus.